Quote by Daniel O'Connell

I would walk from here to Drogheda and back to see the man who is blockhead enough to expect anything except injustice from an English Parliament.


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Summary

This quote expresses the speaker's disbelief and lack of trust in the English Parliament's ability to deliver anything other than unfair treatment and injustice. The speaker is willing to go to great lengths, even walking a considerable distance, just to witness someone who still holds hope or expectation for a different outcome from the Parliament. The quote highlights the speaker's deep skepticism and pessimism towards the potential for justice and fairness to be achieved through this institution.

By Daniel O'Connell
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